PHOTOGRAPHERS: The Canadian Wilds

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PHOTOGRAPHERS: The Canadian Wilds

3,900.00

NOTE: Fall 2017 is now sold out.  Stay tuned for our Winter Sessions coming in early 2018.

 

Banff has long held as a gateway to some of the most beautiful and rugged scenery in the northern Rocky Mountains. High peaks dusted with snow towering into the heavens, crystal clear lakes, and glacial meadows draw you in. Vast blue skies during the day and millions of stars at night. As fall sets in the aspens start to change color, hinting shades of yellow amongst the sea of green pine trees.

 

NOTE: Fall 2017 is now sold out.  Stay tuned for our Winter Sessions coming in early 2018.

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This area of the Rocky Mountains was voted as a top place to visit by Lonely Planet, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Our journey will take us to untouched locations, iconic and famous photographic areas such as: Vermilion Lakes, Johnston Canyon, Castle Mountain, Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, Emerald Lake, Natural Bridge, Bow Lake, Peyto Lake, Icefields Parkway, Pyramid Lake, Maligne Lake, and Mount Robson. With any luck, we will see wildlife such as black and grizzly bears, elk, moose, wolves, and deer. 

There’s no need to worry about opening your wallet once you arrive, as the workshop fee covers meals, lodging and transportation. 

This workshop emphasizes the proper use of SLR and medium format digital cameras and the techniques to ensure consistent success... with a bit of room to enjoy a drink under the great Canadian sky. There will be an equal amount of shooting in the field along with technical instruction, as there is in classroom lessons and inspirational presentations.

Along with your camera, we do ask that you bring a strong and stable tripod, a laptop with Adobe Photoshop CC and Adobe Lightroom CC.  As this workshop will bring us to some cooler high peaks for sunrise and sunset, as well as rather cool mountain locations that may require walking short distances, it is recommended you bring light but warm outer wear as well as appropriate sturdy footwear for the rugged mountain environment. The key here will be layers, so plan on cooler mornings and evenings with temperate midday temperatures. Aside from these, you only need to bring your passion for photography.  

  • Where: Banff Canada
  • When: September 27th – October 1st 2017
  • Airport: Calgary (YYC)
  • Hotels: Hidden Ridge Resort, Lake Louise Inn, Beckers Chalets
  • Weather: 02°C-18°C (35°F-65°F) Rain is a possibility
  • Cost: $3900 CAD